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What About Robbie Fowler?

What About Robbie Fowler?

It came to my attention through reading both Vital Fulham and watching Skysports that Robbie 'God' Fowler is without a club next year and that no offers have been put on the table.

A man who was, and maybe still is one of the greatest finishers this country has ever produced should surely be able to attract the attention of many clubs, including Premiership ones such as ourselves.

I for one feel that he may still have something to offer the greatest league in the world. I for one would have him at Ewood, whether it is as a squad player or to have a place in the starting XI.

You may not agree with my view, but I feel it would be a good bit of business. What do you think?


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Writer:im_a_blackburn_rover
Date:Wednesday July 4 2007
Time: 9:23PM

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There is a new function on Vital Football now that means I don't even have to say who wrote the articles (when submitted ANYMORE!!!) as it does it for you if you tell it so, so im_a_blackburn_rover you have the honour of being the first to use this new feature!!! (look in the Writer part and you'll see your name!!!)
Hughes Da Man
04/07/2007 21:26:00
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As for the thoughts on Robbie Fowler, months ago I said (and I think Clint and others might have as well) that he would be worth a go so why not, he could teach our youngsters a thing or two couldn't he?!?!
Hughes Da Man
04/07/2007 21:27:00
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Nice to see the credit is given to Vital Fulham :-)
merlin
04/07/2007 21:29:00
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You can do much worse than Fowler.
JohnDoe
04/07/2007 21:50:00
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Nah. Blackburn needs to keep on bringing exciting new players to the club and keep pushing forward, not tired old knackers like Fowler. Love the guy, but he's well past his best and doesn't fit with my current vision of Rovers.
martinr
04/07/2007 23:24:00
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merlin - We have tought the VBers (Vital Blackburners) well on this site dude, even if I (or another of the fellow site journalists) aren't writing the articles, the VBer that does and submits it (im_a_blackburn_rover in this case!!!) still knows that credit has to go where due, hence giving this to Vital Fulham.
Hughes Da Man
05/07/2007 00:23:00
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martinr - I see what you are saying but I still believe he has something to offer, and the youngters could learn a HELL of a lot from him.
Hughes Da Man
05/07/2007 00:24:00
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He does have something to oofer, and im sure derbyshire could learn a lot from him, how much would his wages set us bacl though and i fhe plays, does that mean de vita missed out on his chance
sasman
05/07/2007 01:19:00
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As good as Fowler was in his prime he has'nt produced anything like that in years, he was crap at Leeds, did'nt work out for him either at City and he did'nt really make an impression during his second spell at Liverpool. I don't think he has very much left to offer on the field especially for a club with European ambitions such as ourselves.
spinaker7081
05/07/2007 01:42:00
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dont think we need him. in fact i dont think he would offer us anything when we have Benni, Jason, Derbs and Rigters. If we want a squad player we could keep Jeffers. As an aside has anyone seen the photo's on the official sight? Not that spectacular but it is fantastic to see one of the forgotten men (as in he's been out so long) Steven Reid with a baal at his feet at last. Anyone know if he is back to full training?
AustRover
05/07/2007 05:43:00
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